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NEWS | Washington Presentation Recap: Member Edition

NSBA’s annual fly-in known as the Washington Presentation was back in full force this year after a 2-year hiatus. More than 150 small-business owners made their way to Washington, D.C., to meet with lawmakers on the trials and tribulations of small business ownership.


NSBA Member Andrew Weins, of Wisconsin, takes a second between Hill meetings with staff from the offices of Senator Ron Johnson and Representative Glenn Grothman to snap a quick small-business selfie. Thank you to GreenUp Solutions for sparing Andrew for the trip and thank you to all of the Members of Congress and their stellar staff for meeting with the NSBA delegation to discuss the importance of strong support for small business on both sides the aisle on Capitol Hill.


While Sen. Ben Cardin’s (D-Md.) office was unable to host an in-person meeting, they met with the NSBA delegation from Maryland to talk about the important things their office is doing to support small business.


From left to right,, top to bottom: Sandra Cheney, of Sandra Cheney Enterprises; Marcus Johnson, of Johnson Innovation Group; Katherine Scott, of Best Writers and Editors; Veronica Black, of E-50 Solutions; Genshe Chen, of Intelligent Fusion Technology (dialed in, not pictured); Michael Batisto of 1020 Builders; Bryan Pelley, of Protagonist; Donald Butler, of Butler Squared


If you weren’t able to join NSBA in D.C. this time, there’s never a bad time to reach out to your Member of Congress to start building a relationship. NSBA works best because of the hard work and commitment of our members – let us help:




Check out the NSBA Action Alerts (pre-drafted letters you can send to your Representatives and Senators in less than two minutes), our highly-cited surveys and reports, our one-page issue briefs and much more!

NSBA Member Jeff Anderson, President of ATEK Distribution based in Minneapolis, commemorates his meeting in Rep. Tiffany’s office.






Be sure to follow up with everyone, share your posts, repost a friend’s, and keep the conversation going to highlight the importance of America’s small businesses.


From L-R: NSBA Members Michael Koslow, of Aenigma Investigation Agency; Monica Robles of Asociacion de Emprendedor@s; Isabel Chen, of Trystine Technical Innovations; Justin Schardin, Senator Feinstein’s Legislative Assistant; Marilyn Wilson Lund, of WAV Group; Elizabeth Stirling, of Volt MediaFix; Ana Bradfield, of Bradfield Consulting; Houman Ghajari, of MaXentric Technologies


See y’all in February for our Small Business Congress!

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